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Using Access 97 mail merge to create a list of names on same page.

Using Access 97 mail merge to create a list of names on same page.

Using Access 97 mail merge to create a list of names on same page.

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I am using Access 97 to maintain a list of donors. I would like to create a thank you list . I am linking the data to a Word document and inserting the appropriate field names for the list.  How do I make a string of names on the same page when mail merge creates a different page for each entry. For example, this is what I want to do?  Any suggestions.

Mary Jones; Tom Bell; The Good Foundation; etc.

RE: Using Access 97 mail merge to create a list of names on same page.

You might try using Catalog from the options list available when you open Mail Merge Helper.  Click on the Main Document, Create button and choose catalog.

I have used this in the past and it worked very well for me.  Hope you have the same success.

Larry De Laruelle
larry1de@yahoo.com

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